#1
Im after some suggested settings for this pedal for different uses, i bought it 2nd hand so dont have the booklet, im in work atm so cant really troll the internet for some so would like some on here,

im after a lofi setting and anything else you guys think is interesting to try
GUITARS:
Jackson SLS3
Ibanez ART120 w/ Duncans
AMPS:
ENGL Fireball
PEDALS:
Boss NS-2
MXR ZW-44
TC Polytune
Digitech Drop pedal

My band: www.facebook.com/deifieduk
(actually called Deified)
#2
Just experiment. You'll get different results for different setups so any suggestions won't be totally relevant.

Set everything to neutral and go nuts.
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#3
So you are at work and cannot troll the internet (search on google), but you can post on UG?

Like Eppi said just play around, that is the most fun thing about pedals, sometimes playing around opens up new doors, not to mention gets you use to the dynamics of the pedal.
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#5
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for lofi, try cutting bass and and treble. only leave mids.



YES! Gives the sound of an old crackly radio or a megaphone.

Try putting it infront on your amp & make an 'n' shape IE push the mids. Creates a great solo boost.

Try sticking it in your FX loop with bottom two freq higher than the rest. Creates a great bassey boost for breakdowns etc.

Other than that, learn about EQ tricks.
#6
thanks AndyGray thanks what i was after some suggestions to try before i go and tweak
GUITARS:
Jackson SLS3
Ibanez ART120 w/ Duncans
AMPS:
ENGL Fireball
PEDALS:
Boss NS-2
MXR ZW-44
TC Polytune
Digitech Drop pedal

My band: www.facebook.com/deifieduk
(actually called Deified)